WicketsContemporary Kitchen, London

Simon Eldon Photography
Interior design by Carine Harrington

This is an example of a contemporary open plan kitchen in London with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets. —  Houzz
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neatfreakgeek wrote:1 May 2016
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LWK London Kitchens added this to These Ingenious Appliances Will Transform Your Kitchen24 Jan 2017

Induction hobsOnly a few years ago, induction cooking was somewhat of a rarity compared with gas and electric, and also much more expensive. But fast forward a few years and the cost of induction hobs is now more competitive, fuelling their growing popularity. Fast, safe and with a clean, sleek look, these hobs are the ideal cooktop for busy modern lives. The simple controls make them incredibly easy to use, and they’re instantly responsive, so you can quickly change the temperature at any point during cooking. They’re more energy efficient than gas or electric, and because the surface doesn’t get hot, it also means that as well as being safer, you don’t have to wait for them to cool before wiping down after use. While many people will always prefer gas cooking, induction hobs are a great alternative for those looking for speed, convenience and flexibility in the kitchen.

Lara Sargent added this to How to Make Sense of Kitchen Design Jargon18 Feb 2016

Jargon bust No 6: Induction hobsInduction hobs may look the same as glass-topped ceramic ones, but they function differently. Glass ceramic hobs provide heat through electrical heating elements under the surface. An induction hob uses circular copper coils beneath the glass. Electricity is passed through the coils, creating an electromagnetic field, which creates heat energy within the pan itself upon contact rather than heating it from the outside. It basically turns the pan into a cooker, rather than just heating up the pan. Induction hobs are quicker and more energy efficient (and so cheaper to run) than glass-topped ones, but they’re also pricier to buy.

Victoria Harrison added this to Houzz Tour: A Modern and Playful Family Home in Oxfordshire15 May 2014

The downstairs great room went through the most changes in the makeover. Once four small rooms and a garage, it’s now a combined kitchen and family area. Kitchen cabinetry, counters: Intoto; all appliances: Miele

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Jenn added this to My ideas7 Sep 2019

what are the strips on the right of cooktop?

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